The Best Trick for Clear Skin (Acne, Aging, Wrinkles, Liver Spots)


The best trick for clear skin is free and has a ton of health benefits. Find out what it is!

Introduction: How to have beautiful and youthful skin
– The best trick for clear skin
– Benefits of fasting for your skin
– How fasting helps promote clear skin
– Top causes of acne and other skin problems
– How to do fasting
– How to get clear skin fast
– Learn more about fasting!

Today, we’re going to talk about the best trick for clear, beautiful, and youthful skin: fasting.

This clear skin hack is very inexpensive—it’s actually free and will even save you money. Not only will this trick help you have better skin, it has a lot of other really amazing health benefits.

Certain studies have shown that fasting may help with:

• Dermatitis
• Itchy skin
• Inflammation
• Acne
• Psoriasis
• Rosacea

Other potential benefits of fasting:

• A healthy metabolism
• Increased longevity
• A healthy immune system
• Improvement with infections
• Healthy eyes
• Improvements in mood and cognitive function
• A decreased risk of cancer
• Antiaging effects
• Healthy hormones

Top causes of acne and other skin problems:

• Frequent eating
• Sugar and refined carbs
• Omega-6 fatty acids (seed oils)
• Stress
• Allergies
• A toxic liver and toxic colon
• Gallbladder problems
• A low-fat diet
• Autoimmune conditions
• Age (a loss of collagen and elastin)

Tips for clear skin:

1. Start fasting (start with consuming two meals and cutting out snacks)
2. Get on a low-carb diet and gradually get on a Healthy Keto diet
3. Get plenty of sun exposure
4. Consume probiotic foods or take a probiotic supplement
5. Take cod liver oil


Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! Fasting is the best trick for clear skin—give it a try. I’ll see you in the next video.



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  1. Apart from Ramadan, many Muslims also practice the fasting of the Prophet (PBUH) by fasting every Monday and Thilursdays- 2 days every week.
    I do it, and it positively impacted my health in almost all the areas you have touched. Anyone with memory lapses can also improve it with fasting.
    Thank you Dr for spreading life enhancing knowledge across. Keep up!

  2. As a muslim we keep fasting for 30 days without drinking and eating …..we do eat in early morning then then directly on evening…..but the thing is that everytime we do these it keeps up active and mind fresh and even the skin clear….. But i loved the way how Dr. Eric has explained these everything very nicely….. Proud 😎

    • @S. Saleem okay then if you eat at 4 am suppose.. then the next meal should be at 8 pm…does it happen like that.?
      To eat at 4 am at what time is it cooked,.?
      16 hours is not right..

    • ​@Asha Goud it’s fasting, because the gap between eating in early dawn and at night is from 6 to 20 hours depending on your region of living and time of the year. Basically, in winter season it’s shorter and in summer season it’s longer.

    • ​@Brian C yeah, Jesus Christ was the way to God until Paul corrupted his teaching and Romans mixed it with their paganism. It’s very convenient for you to follow this new paganism of your church, because it releases you from all responsibility and places it completely on the innocent Jesus, and you can commit any sins you want. But the Bible says that when you approach Jesus in his second coming, he will turn his back on you and deny you, saying that you are sinners and he never knew you.

  3. Dr. Berg. I’m a UK nurse, struggling with mask acne, your videos have helped my face. It is nearly clear after two years, I didn’t realise so much of this is related to the liver, hormones, and insulin. I am now passing this information on to my patients and colleagues and they are impressed by my knowledge. I love your videos, never stop! Video on mask acne next please 🙏🏼

  4. A million thanks Dr. I like how quick, simple and easy to understand your videos are. Also, I personally like the whiteboard or when you show your notes. Thank you!

  5. I am a yoga teacher based in Ludhiana , Punjab, India. I have learnt it from you that nutrition has a larger role in creating health and yoga can complete the whole fitness regime. Today your videos have helped me bring happiness to my students life. I have saved and shared hundreds of your videos.
    Today I talked of the best antibiotic drink which I learnt from your video and also understood the limitations of the antibiotic pill. I am 72 years old and your videos have made a huge impact on our lives . Thanks to you I understand my health issues better and resolved many without visiting the the Doctor,
    Thank you so much

    • What a wonderful testimony Mr Matharoo ,esp. at 72, willing to try something new. Wishing you & your students many more healthy & happy years.

    • Sir your Indian but you don’t know about manthyana sathyanaraya prakruthi asramam. please go check he is also great doctor 👍👍

  6. 😭 I thought fasting meant not eating ALL day long and I worried about irritability (I tend to get “hangry”). This sounds like it’s something I could actually try! Thank you, Dr. Berg! Thank you so much!!

    • Dr. Berg, thank you for your videos. Very helpful indeed. I have two suggestions:

      1. A video on how to get rid of acne specifically for adolescents. What doses of vitamin D to take, etc. I am not sure fasting is safe for adolescents.

      2. Fasting for menopausal women who suffer from hypothyroidism. There are millions of us out there. Thank you.

    • When you eat fat and proteins you dont feel much hungry for long. I force to eat at least 2 times and I was eating like this even before keto. Meat lover here!

    • I fasted for almost a whole month at Ramadhan (Menstruating women do not fast), easy to do fasting at ramadhan in my country, because we fast together. I use Ramadan to eat healthy food when break fasting, that’s why in one year I always feel the healthiest when Ramadhan.

  7. I really love your channel Dr Berg for general medical knowledge. I used to fast dinner daily, but I currently have acid reflux, so I should eat small meals more often. I start eating 2 eggs daily from your advice to get protein as I eat little red meats.
    Thank you so much for your time and information!😇🙌

    • Berg recommends one or two tablespoons (don’t remember; I think two) of apple cider vinegar with, or perhaps in your case, in lieu of, a meal to prevent heartburn from acid reflux. Take within ideally a 16:8 intermittent fasting schedule.

  8. As a Muslim I fast on every Mondays and yes, I have experienced all the things Dr. Berg has mentioned. Thanks for this video Doc.

    • But still it considered as you eat 2 times full meals during those ramzan days as well right? You eat early morning once and once in evening right ? As much i know

  9. Thank you Dr Berg. Apart from Ramadan we’re encouraged to fast other times during the year and live a life filled with fasting. Mondays and Thursdays for example. But I have a hard time doing it. I’ll try to do it now.

    • What Allah commands is for our benefit. u didnt nerd him you already had the best of mankinds example. stay firm in eman

  10. That’s absolutely correct info, it’s true after Ramadan month, 30 days of fasting we feel significant changes in the body and over health conditions. The best practice is to fast 2 days a week (Monday & Thursday) besides Ramadan (once a year). Thanks Dr. Berg for sharing.

  11. We love you Dr.Berg! ❤️ yes we do fasting once a year on Ramadan but we have been told to fast weekly (once or twice a week) as well which we were skipping now I will. Thank you ❤️

  12. When I was in my 30s, I had red dots, called petechiae, across my stomach. My doctor told me there was nothing to do about them; they came with age. I appreciate you telling me what causes them and what I can do about it. I have actually moved away from using doctors for chronic issues due to not only this doctor’s response but others that have actually misdiagnosed me. I now use natural medicine and my diet to keep me healthy and I avoid M.D.s at all costs.

    • What you wrote about moving away from doctors for chronic issues resonated with me.

      Somewhere I read a comment a few weeks ago where a person wrote about being a biologist. He stated he used to work for a pharmaceutical company and that he will never see a doctor for a chronic illness. This person said that doctors are trained to only push drugs and that pharmaceutical companies incentive this while nearly enforcing it. Western medicine is great for trauma care, but not chronic illnesses or natural remedies. They don’t teach healthy diet or holistic practices in medical school.

    • @Joseph Dockemeyer You are correct, Joseph. M.D.s only learn about prescribing pharmaceuticals for particular symptoms in medical school and that’s the only treatment you will receive from them. They only treat symptoms. They never bother to find the cause of the symptoms. Using natural medicine and diet are the best way to fix what ails you. I agree they’re good with trauma care, but not anything else.

    • @Southern Wanderer I do the same. I added dentist also. Their ways, thought process of dearest chemicals are not for me whatsoever. Stubborn I shall stay as I stay away! Wish I had never seen a dentist I never had any pain and they push amalgam as bad as any addict.

  13. I wish I could have met you in my early teen years Dr.Berg you could have changed my life forever. I guess better late than never because you have helped me so much in the past couple months. Forever grateful!!

  14. Hi Dr. Berg! I just took your survey and hope you come across the ideas I had for a mini series about systemic inflammation. I have suffered with migraines, joint pain, and what the doctors assume is costochondritis most of my life. Hoping for a comprehensive series on fixing these issues as they relate to systemic inflammation. Thank you for all that you do 💚

    • @Jessiewantstosee the problem with magnesium deficiency is that it can’t be tested in blood easily. A special test for so called free ionized active magnesium can be done but otherwise a cell sample would be needed and good luck finding a hospital who Tests for that. But doctors can Diagnose based on symptoms. It’s common because magnesium needs vary wildly from person to person and our food has much less magnesium than it used to. Also if you take magnesium but only fulfill your daily need or less, you can still get a magnesium deficiency if you have chronic illness or chronic stress, get an injury, etc. How much magnesium do you take and in which form? It’s important to spread the dosage out thinly over the day too to increase absorption.

  15. You always explain the ‘why’. Thank you for this thorough explanation. I am currently praticing keto, all thanks to you (I did a lot of research, you are the most comprehensive!) And I love, love, love the intermittent fasting principle, but it is hard for me, a matter of discipline. Please keep discussions flowing about IF.

  16. Between Dr Berg and Dr Berry,- two years ago I was diagnosed with fatty liver, HBP and extremely high triglyceride, after fasting 16:8 and reduce carb intake my health went back to normal. So thanks to you both.

    • My mother wouldn’t listen to me until I told her that Doctors Oz and Stork recommend intermittent fasting. I’m old enough to remember Dr. Atkins being vilified in the 80’s for writing a book endorsing ketogenic diet. This was during the low fat/high carb craze. Muffins, bread, skim milk, cereal, bagels without butter, fat free everything and no eggs or olive oil… I couldn’t understand why I felt better and got way better results in the gym when I ate high protein while giving up starchy carbs in the early 90’s. I felt like a weirdo. Well, we all know better these days.

    • @Aisha Dar it started with high ALTAST from the liver i.e. blood work. Then doctor refer to like an ultra sound scan. The scan will identify whether you have fatty liver or any damages.

  17. Dr Berg. My wife had fatty liver. She dropped to two meals a day and in six months her liver went back to normal thank you keep up the good work from Australia

    • @Pramuan Chutham thank u so much for taking time to help me out. Grateful. Will keep ur pointers in mind. N start tocotrienols n niacin. As a South Indian we do use coconut oil n ghee for cooking. Rarely groundnut oil. I do eat millets n unpolished rice for 1 meal coz it’s our staple.

    • How do you consume all the nutrients the body needs daily, which are many, with only two meals a day? It’s already hard enough to get all your nutrients from 3 meals + snacks in between. You need at least 4 portions of fruit and half a plate of vegetables in each meal to get a fraction of the nutrients. It’s impossible to get even half of the nutrients from just two meals, you’d have to supplement a majority of them.

    • @jan smith if you already skinny better not do as nothing much to burn but some here have real issues. May be intermittent fasting once or twice a week will suite all but not a whole day fast.

  18. Survey done,. As a Muslim we fast a whole month of Ramadan and 2 days of every normal weeks plus some extra occasion days but i’m gonna start having 2 meals after today on my non fasting days 😅Thanks to you Dr Berg u’re always informative.

    • @Hilda Strangwayes I was just checking that out,but by looking at the world’s life expectancy, Arabic countries still rank extremely poor unfortunately,same with India.Even Italy and Spain are on the top 10,and I know for sure that Italians and Spanish people don’t really fast,and they not only love their carbs, but also snack on sweets along with their coffee.Many of them eat their dinner extremely late too,like past 9 pm.

    • @E. excuse me!! Middle East (Arabic country as you say) are extremely poor??? You think Saudi Arabia, UAE, Dubai, Kuwait, Jordan and others are poor!! You are extremely poor then. Poor of knowledge 😃😃😃

    • @chriseeluv Please learn how to read!I said they rank very poor in life expectancy,not that they are poor.Please do a quick Google check before attacking me.

    • @E. l know what you mean and you are still wrong. More people there live longer than those in many other countries.

    • @Psycopath this is my experience having been a guest many times of Muslim friends during Ramadan – lots of sugary fruits, breads and other high carb foods.

  19. I love dr. Berg and I respect everything he says, but I could not do keto it was just not for me, however I lowered my table sugar intake by a lot and also change the way I eat foods, I make sure I eat a balanced diet every time I eat but i fast every other day for 24hours so fasting absolutely works!!!!! I can not emphasize this enough. I suffered really bad acne/fungal acne, for almost 2 years I was really depressed until my big sis told me to fast every other day, in one day I immediately saw results. No kidding!! Fasting works and I hope who ever reads this tries it! Not for the weak but if you want to change your health and skin it has to be done. Skin care products can only help but so much. Sorry for the long comment but I’m hoping someone reads this and it helps them out 💕

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